Your vote in this election is an opportunity to provide critical
support to our Reform movement, and to strengthen the future of Reform
Judaism in Israel. When you vote Reform, you vote for religious
pluralism, peace, and democracy in Israel. Together we can grow our
movement and works towards making progress on the issues we care about:
religious freedom, equality, and many more.
If you identify as a Jew and will be 18 or older by June 30, 2020, you are eligible to vote — cast your ballot for our movement today by voting for the Reform ARZA slate!
Each and every vote from our congregation is crucial to maintaining a strong Reform presence in the WZO, in Israel, and in the Jewish world.
Once you’ve voted, please let us know, so we can track our progress and meet our goal! Record your vote by emailing Rabbi Shira Gluck at email@example.com. Your name and vote will not be shared with anyone — it is solely for calculating our synagogue’s contribution of votes and maximizing our efforts.
Interested in contributing to the campaign after you vote? Here are a few ways you can help:
- Make a Minyan. Encourage your friends, family, colleagues, and peers to vote. Try to get ten other people to vote Reform. Find one person that will promise to make another minyan.
- Volunteer to help us with our congregation’s voting campaign. Contact Rabbi Shira Gluck for more information on how to get involved.
- Donate to ARZA.
- Follow Union for Reform Judaism and ARZA on social media to keep up with our campaign
- Spread the word on your own Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use the hashtag #VoteReformWZC.
In case you still have questions, here’s everything you need to know about this year’s World Zionist Congress elections.